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  1. Hi all! I’m trying to identify this tiny baby snail that hitch hiked into my tank, I do have nerites laying eggs and have yet to see any hatch but I’m almost certain this isn’t a nerite based on the foot and it appeared just after adding salvinia minima. Anyways, since the photo is a little hard to make out, it’s mostly transparent with brown speckled from the tip of the spiral which does protrude out not in like a ramshorn.. I’m guessing and hoping it’s a mystery snail but also just have no idea. I want to properly care for it not eradicate it but if it’s a pesty type of snail I do have assassin snails too to keep a population under control. https://ibb.co/HrczqJD https://ibb.co/swsdpZg https://ibb.co/tzqYNvb https://ibb.co/0q6FJLp https://ibb.co/6v2L9GY thanks for any help!
  2. I have a German blue ram tank, I have always kept up on maintenance. However recently my pair hatched eggs. Soon after (within 5 days) tiny thin white worms have appeared all over the glass. It is a live plant tank, I have adequate filtration...I just worry about what to do for the fry and if this is actually detritus type worms that are fine or something worse. They are to small to tell appearance wise.
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